Tue, 17 June 2008
Episode 39: Music for Life! A revolutionary idea for classical concert presentation.
- Upcoming Events: June 20 - benefit gala for Chicago's Suzuki-Orff School
- Inquiries from my Inbox: A violinist from Wisconsin asks, "Is it better to sit or stand when practicing?"
- Random Musical Thought: Are arrangements of rock songs performed on acoustic string instruments chamber music?
- A conversation with Ars Viva's Alan Heatherington and Gayle Heatherington and the Music Institute of Chicago's Ted Rubenstein. Music for Life! is a unique new program which makes classical music concerts a family activity, accessible to parents and beneficial to children. For more information, please visit www.arsviva.org/musicforlife/index.html.
total playing time: 19:38
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